Another cloudy and chilly day for the South Plains with a calmer wind 5-12mph changing to the southeast. As we get into the afternoon hours there will be a chance for rain moving into our southern counties. Current radar below:
TONIGHT: Light rain and drizzle will be interacting with cold temperatures, low near 28. This will leave us with a chance for light freezing drizzle and some light snow. We're not expecting much in actual totals of precipitation, but some slick spots on higher elevation surfaces can't be ruled out. A second push of colder air moved in early in the morning bringing a breezy northerly wind.
THURSDAY: The chance for this light mixed precipitation will diminish through the morning, but the cloud cover stays in place. High near 38, with the breezy wind continuing to make it feel colder.
WEEKEND: Another chilly day Friday, then it will start to warm up with highs returning to the 50s and 60s for the weekend. Our next upper level system will move across our region and will bring a chance for rain Saturday through early Sunday. This system will also bring a strong wind Sunday and it stays breezy into the beginning of next week. Temperatures do drop again by midweek.
Have a great Wednesday! Matt will have the updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.